On 9 October, 1993, Astrup Fearnley Museet opened its doors at Dronningensgate 4, in the Kvadraturen district of Oslo. For 25 years the museum has promoted the internationalisation of the arts in Norway by inviting and presenting some of the most prominent participants in the international art world.
Wednesday September 17th opened our major exhibition of young European contemporary art, 'Europe, Europe'. The exhibition was officially opened by the director of Fritt Ord Foundation, Knut Olav Åmås. Read his opening speech.
A filmprogramme with films selected by Cindy Sherman is shown at Cinemateket in Oslo in May & June. The programme is made in conjunction with the exhibition that is currently taking place at the Museum.
See the programme here